State law to respond to al-Abadi: making false and ill-considered and will not vote for them

By Mustafa Curran

12 hours ago

Roudao - Baghdad

MP for the coalition of state law Kazem Sayadi, that the decisions issued on Sunday by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, "ill-considered and wrong."

Sayadi said network Roudao media that "the Prime Minister shall issue the decisions without study of the subject, and this is a mistake and creates a crisis in the country," noting that the bloc "can not be applied to these decisions."

He said Sayadi "If the prime minister wants to respond to the demands of the demonstrators; it was one of their demands to dissolve parliament and hold early elections, and merging some ministries, not Cancel vice president of the republic and the abolition of protections and special grades."

Sayadi said that "the prime minister can not cancel the Vice President of the Republic, he could cancel his deputies as prime minister, but constitutionally and legally is not permitted to be Vice President of the Republic without, and the law gives the deputies and one or two deputies or three deputies."

On the position of the mass of the vote, said that "these decisions come to the House for approval, and we as a bloc countries and the largest parliamentary bloc law will not vote for it. However, after deep study and amendments to some decisions, but will not vote on decisions of the prime minister, because some of them unconstitutional and illegal. "

The head of the Iraqi government, Haider al-Abadi, issued a series of important decisions in the framework of political reform, especially the most important Cancel the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister, with reduce the number of protections for all those responsible, and the abolition of the special provisions for the presidencies of bodies and state institutions.

As Abadi face today to open past and current files of corruption under the supervision of a supreme committee to combat corruption is made up of specialists and working principle (Where did you get this), and called on the House of Representatives to ratify it to enable it to conduct the reforms called for by the supreme religious authority demanded by citizens.